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Our outreach with Mozilla products

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Product @ Mozilla Summit 2021

The Mozilla product community came together for our first Product Summit to explore the theme of “Aligning our efforts to meaningfully impact the world through our products”. The summit kicked off with a keynote talk from Roberto Verganti, author of Overcrowded: Designing Meaningful Products in a World Awash with Ideas. Five prepared talks by members of the product community covered themes such as ethics, delivering impact, aligning efforts, and product management career development. The event concluded with two panels, including a Women In Product panel with senior leaders sharing their experiences with career development, impostor experience, relationship building, and delivering impact. Strong, positive feedback from the post-event survey indicated we should have more events like this in the future. In response, the product community will now have quarterly mini summits to discuss how to make Mozilla’s product development and practices more inclusive, accessible, and collaborative. This summit is an example of the many ways Mozilla employees think critically about how our products impact the world and how to support one another in that endeavor.


In 2021, Pocket continued to amplify, honor, and celebrate the experiences of a diverse array of communities around the world. If joy is a form of resistance, Pocket served as a force, offering joyful and celebratory collections that center minoritized peoples. Pocket-curated collections allowed audiences to meaningfully explore current events and historic movements in order to build connection and understanding. These collections garnered over 217,000 views.

8 Latinx Publications You Should Read and Support Every Day

A guide to great politics, lifestyle, and culture websites that center Latinx and Hispanic communities.

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Celebrating the history of HBCU homecoming

Discover the sights, sounds, and traditions of Homecoming at historically Black colleges and universities. Archivist (and Spelman College grad) Amber L. Moore leads us on a digital tour.

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How the internet is changing the migrant experience

Journey through the many ways technology can bridge the distance for people living abroad; researcher Laura Vidal leads the way.

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How to make the most of time off

Whether your break lasts a week or a weekend, learn the steps you can take to maximize enjoyment and minimize the stress of returning to work.

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Latinos, language, and identity: the evolution of Hispanic Heritage month

Award-winning journalist and EL ADN podcast host Victoria Leandra explores what the national event means for Latinos and the push for year-round recognition.

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Mental health month series: Pocket’s Joy Lists

A guide to finding your next favorite podcast episode, heartwarming personal essay, or reliably fantastic recipe.

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Remembering and honouring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

There is so much more to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy than his iconic “I Have a Dream” speech — and so many ways to honor his memory. We pay tribute to the activist and icon with our collection of great writing by and about Dr. King.

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Responding to anti-Asian racism and violence

Reckoning with America’s history of anti-Asian racism after the Atlanta shootings and an upsurge in violence against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.

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Talking to kids about gentrification, social justice, and activism

Take Back the Block author Chrystal D. Giles offers a reading list to help parents and children talk about class and social justice, and how kids can make their voices heard.

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The women who powered the Civil Rights Movement

Journalist Deborah D. Douglas spotlights women — from legal scholars to activists, master quilters to first graders — whose actions remind us why the civil rights movement still matters.

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More stories behind the podcasts: Slate’s latest curated collections on Pocket

Pocket partnered with Slate to launch ‘Behind The Podcasts,’ an effort to provide deep-dive reads for podcast listeners. Pocket curated collections for Slate’s most popular podcast, Slow Burn. Hosted by Joel Anderson, Season Six of Slow Burn examined the 1992 Los Angeles riots following the acquittal of four Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officers in the brutal beating of Rodney King. Pocket curated 14 collections that provided additional context and research on the aftermath of the riots and it’s lasting impacts on the discourse of racial justice in America.

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Coming of Age in a Hyper-online World

In May 2021, Pocket and Her Campus teamed up to announce an essay contest asking college students what it’s like to come of age in a hyper-online world for a $5,000 cash prize and the opportunity to be published and promoted on Pocket. There were over 800 entries, and the winner of the contest was Esther Omole. Ms. Omole illuminated the trials of online life for Black women that often include damaging stereotypes and harassment and how she reclaimed her experience and found refuge in spaces created for and by Black women.

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